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Recent research and practice of geosynthetic-reinforced soil structures in Japan


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Thứ 4 (27/11/2913) lúc 15:00, Trung tâm Xúc tiến giao lưu kỹ sư Việt Nam - Nhật Bản (CVJCE) kết hợp cùng Hội Công nghệ và ứng dụng Vật liệu địa kỹ thuật sẽ tổ chức 1 buổi seminar tại Tầng 1 nhà G3, Đại học Xây dựng, 55 Giải phóng, Hàn Nội.

Bài giảng do giáo sư: Fumio Tatsuoka (Japan) trình bày. (Profile gửi kèm email)

Nội dung:

15:00 - 15:30 Announcement of establishment of VCIGS and introducing members.

15:30 - 16:30 Presentation from Prof. Tatsuoka;
“Recent research and practice of geosynthetic-reinforced soil structures in Japan.”

Geosynthetic-reinforced soil retaining walls (GRS RWs) have been constructed for a total length more than 135 km mainly for roads and railways, including high-speed train lines. A full-height rigid (FHR) facing is firmly connected to the reinforcement layers when constructed after a full-height wrapped-around GRS wall has been constructed and the major residual deformation of the backfill and supporting ground has taken place. A number of this type GRS RWs performed very well during the 1995 Kobe and the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquakes. The seismic design code for railway soil structures has been revised to prepare for such high level seismic loads as experienced during the 1995 Kobe EQ. A number of conventional type RWs and embankments collapsed during these and other earthquakes, heavy rains, floods and storm wave actions. Many of them were reconstructed to this type GRS RWs and geosynthetic-reinforced embankments. Among a couple of new bridge types that have been developed, GRS integral bridge comprises a continuous girder integrated without using bearings to the top of the facings of a pair of GRS RWs. The first prototype was constructed for a high-speed train in 2011 and several are under construction to restore bridges that fully collapsed by great tsunami during the 2011 Great East Japan EQ.

16:30 - 17:00: Getting to know each other and coffee.

17:00: Finish

Profile of
Professor Fumio Tatsuoka (Japan) Major Society activities:

  • 1988-1993; Secretary of JGS
  • 1995-1999: Soils and Foundations, Journal of JGS
  • 1999-2001: Editor in Chief, Journal of JSCE
  • 1994-2001: Chairperson, ISSMGE TC 29
  • 2001-2005; Vice President, ISSMGE
  • 2001-2002: Vice President, JGS
  • 2005-2006: Vice President, JSCE
  • 1997-2006: Chairman, IGS Japanese Chapter
  • 2002-2006 : Vice President, IGS
  • 2007-2008; President, JGS
  • 2006-2010: President, IGS

Major academic experiences:
  • 2004 to date: Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Tokyo University of Science
  • 1977 - 2004 : Associate Professor then Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Tokyo
  • 1973 - 1977 : Research Engineer, Public Works Research Institute, Ministry of Construction
  • 1973 :Dr. of Eng. in Geotechnical Engineering, University of Tokyo
Research Interests:
  • Laboratory testing methods for geomaterials
  • Deformation and strength characteristics
  • Foundation engineering; and Ground improvement by cement-mixing and soil reinforcing.
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Nguyen Hoang Giang, PhD
Assistant Professor of Construction Inspection and Testing Department,
Director of International Cooperation Department,
National University of Civil Engineering, Hanoi, Vietnam

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